Wilton's

All current opportunities are listed below. Please see individual listings for how to apply. 

Jobs

  • Front of House

    Manager (Casual)

    The Front of House Manager is responsible for ensuring all Front of House operations run smoothly, ensuring that our guests and visiting companies have the best experience possible across all events from world-class concerts to cabaret and opera and vibrant bespoke theatrical productions all within a grade two star listed building, which is the oldest surviving grand music hall in the world.

    Please dowload the job description and application form. The closing date for this position is 10am Monday 27 May
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  • Front of House

    Usher

    Ushers work as part of the Front of House team, under the direction of the Front of House Manager, to provide the best experience possible for our audiences and visiting companies. Wilton's hosts a myriad of  events from world-class concerts to cabaret and opera and vibrant bespoke theatrical productions all within a grade two star listed building, which is the oldest surviving grand music hall in the world.

    Please dowload the job description and application form. The closing date for this position is 10am Monday 27 May
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Opportunities

  • Volunteer Front of House

    Here at Wilton's a team of volunteer ushers help to make the experience magical for our visitors. It's a great opportunity to develop new skills, gain experience of working front of house in a busy theatre, meet new people... and you get the opportunity to see the show you are volunteering on. All we ask is that you commit to volunteer for at least one shift per month. We have a wide range of volunteers ushering for us who come from all backgrounds, ages and areas of London and beyond. We are a friendly place and all are welcome! To apply, read the job description and complete the online application form

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  • Plays Without Decor

    Are you a young or emerging director with an exciting idea you’ve been wanting to develop? 

    We understand how difficult and expensive it can be to get a new project past the planning stages so, as part of our Heritage and Artistic Engagement programme, we’re offering four emerging directors the chance to use our studio free of charge for a week in order to workshop or develop a new idea. You might decide to use your time to produce a reading, workshop or semi-staged performance and invite industry professionals or sell tickets to the public. 

    Download the information and application forms below for full details and complete an application form by midday on 10th June 2019.

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    Feedback from previous participants 

    It was a privilege to be there and we are really grateful for the opportunity. PWD is an invaluable scheme for upcoming directors and companies, especially given the high costs of rehearsal spaces in London. We were able to have a first rate workshop experience, which simply would not have been possible without this opportunity. Freya Smith,  Plays Without Decor January 2019

    It was very helpful to have the space to really flesh out and explore our play. Space is expensive so this was extremely valuable to us.  Sarah Anson, Plays Without Decor April 2019

    Absolutely brilliant – I will be applying again and again Mary Franklin, Plays Without Decor, March 2019
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